What I like most about this dining room is the fact that it faces a door wherein you see the outdoors and enjoy it while you are actually eating; and the fact that they used reclaimed wood on the chairs and the table - I even think that the floors are made from reclaimed wood too. So in general, this dining space is not only beautiful but very Earth-friendly. The stunning table in this picture is made from reclaimed wood. Do not you just think that it is so lovely? The color is great plus the seating is comfortable - something that we always look for in a great dining room set, right?
This home sure looks something I saw from the TV series, Grimm. A cabin in the middle of the woods where the Big Bad Wolf lives. Haha! The antler chandelier in this wonderfully designed space is just pretty and cool. White antler chandeliers are not really common as a personal choice for rustic homes because most often than not, the home owners and the designers prefer the neutral-colored ones because it usually is the main color palette in those particular space designs. In this case though, we see how much it looks well with the white shabby table and black sills.
In this dining room that Pinnacle Mountain Homes designed, you can see and definitely feel the cabin-like aura to this place. From the wood used in the windows, tables and beams to the color and design of the fabric of the chairs plus the candle chandelier, this is one simple yet homey dining space. Look at that interestingly pretty candle chandelier above the table! From this angle, you can see how legit it actually looks like - and having a space designed like this one, you know how a modern day cabin would look like. It is interesting how this candle chandelier has twigs in them - I am not sure if this is because it was designed for fall or something - but still, it looks rather appealing and it surely complements the entire dining space.
Della H. Corn Dining Room Wednesday February 01st, 2017 07:55:41 AM
Hit One of The Thumbnails Below to Get More Dining Room Ideas
Della H. Corn
Wednesday February 01st, 2017 07:55:41 AM
5 Recent Posts